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Here are the results of my polishing, I think it cam out pretty well, and I'm going to put some8thers on them later today, this took me about 45 mins on each lever

I used a black and decker plug in drill, and a wire wheel

They dont look as shiny in the pictures, but there way shinier


My 88 kicker lever(left) my uncles 88 kicker lever (right)
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  1. Here are the results of my polishing, I think it cam out pretty well, and I'm going to put some8thers on them later today, this took me about 45 mins on each lever

    I used a black and decker plug in drill, and a wire wheel

    They dont look as shiny in the pictures, but there way shinier


    My 88 kicker lever(left) my uncles 88 kicker lever (right)
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    Heres a before picture of the kick lever
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You could look into putting together a diy zinc plating kit to get something on that kicker. I like the look of brushed raw steel but you'll be cleaning the rust off of it once a week. Fresh zinc looks like wire brushed steel.
 

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While it does slow down corrosion by a good factor; Zinc rusts and is subject to corrosion from moisture, water, salt, dirt, or any other contaminants.

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